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Structural, electrical, and optical properties of thermally evaporated nanocrystalline PbTe films
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10.1063/1.2970163
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http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/104/5/10.1063/1.2970163
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XRD spectrum of the thermally evaporated PbTe films on a glass substrate: the film is polycrystalline single fcc phase with (200) texture. Standard XRD data of PbTe powder sample from Ref. 12 are also shown at the bottom for comparison.

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AFM surface height images of thermally evaporated PbTe films on (a) a soda-lime glass substrate and (b) a Si substrate coated with 400 nm thermal oxide.

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dc electrical conductivity of thermally evaporated PbTe films: (a) Conductivity data on a logarithm scale plotted as a function of temperature; lack of linear dependence in the plot suggests that electrical conduction in PbTe is not dominated by the percolation process. (b) Conductivity data plotted as a function of inverse temperature showing thermal activation nature of conduction at high temperature and a weaker temperature dependence at lower temperatures. The black dots are experimental data and the red solid line is linear curve fit of the data at high temperature .

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Schematic energy band diagram near a grain boundary and the relevant energy points are: the conduction band edge, the valence band edge, the Fermi level, the band bending on the surface of a grain, and the activation energy of electrical conduction according to the grain boundary conduction channel model.

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Refractive index and extinction coefficient of PbTe films are measured using IR ellipsometry.

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Absorption coefficient of PbTe films as a function of photon energy. The inset shows plotted against photon energy for the determination of the optical band gap energy .

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Scitation: Structural, electrical, and optical properties of thermally evaporated nanocrystalline PbTe films
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/jap/104/5/10.1063/1.2970163
10.1063/1.2970163
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